Gardeners Cottage, Shipton-under-Wychwood sleeping up to 6 guests
S128577 is a wonderfully presented three bedroom period property set in the peaceful village of Shipton-under-Wychwood. With original exposed beams, traditional stonework, and wood burning stove this is a perfect holiday home in the stunning Oxfordshire countryside.
In addition to the three double bedrooms, one of which is en-suite, and the large family bathroom, this delightful property enjoys two sitting rooms, a large fully equipped kitchen, separate dining room seating six guests, and a large private walled garden. A courtyard area with a table and seating for six guests and a further comfortable seating area for four.
Shipton-under-Wychwood village is within walking distance from the cottage and is a great base from which to explore the vibrant city of Oxford and the gems of the Cotswolds, all just a short drive away. Guests can enjoy many country walks on the doorstep along with cycle paths in abundance, with many quaint tea rooms and pubs close by.
This holiday at a glance
Lodge Park’s unusual claim to fame is that it’s the only 17th century grandstand remaining in England. The building is quite unique, and the grounds are worth exploring too. This beautiful landscape is home to herds of deer and is great birdwatching country.
Oxford may be famous as the city of dreaming spires but there are plenty of other attractions to enjoy on a day trip here. Take a punt along the river, for instance, or visit the overwhelming collection of treasures and curios at the Pitt Rivers Museum. If you’d like to visit one of the colleges, Christ Church has to be one of the most impressive.